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Learning jQuery

If you ever need to learn jQuery then probably your best starting point is Jeffrey Way's excellent jQuery for Absolute Beginners Video Series.  It assumes that you have a reasonable grasp of HTML/XHTML, CSS and JavaScript, but then that is only to be expected because jQuery itself is a clever blend of these technologies.

I originally only started on the video series to fill in time until my copy of Learning jQuery 1.3 (Chaffer and Swedberg, Pakt Publishing, 2009) arrived.  However, even though the book was delivered yesterday, and I am only half way through the series, I have learnt so much from the videos that I am going to continue and finish them all before starting on the book.

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